Windows Live OneCare is the all-in-one PC security and performance service designed specifically for Windows XP and Windows Vista-based operating systems. It helps keep your PC's internal workings in order and protect it from outside security threats.Protection … see full wiki
Very user-friendly. Easy to install and keeps up to THREE computers running effectively. I have used this product for two years and have had no virus threats and my computers run smoothly. I use this product for Windows Vista and Windows XP. There are no conflicts with the different operating systems.
I can't imagine a greater level of disappointment than this product has given me. The basic framework is there: virus protection, routine maintenance, automated backup, updates and security. But I suspect that it will perform as needed only for those people that install it when the stars correctly align. For woe unto you who have a problem. Support may be there, but you'll work yourself into a frazzle just trying to find the support or get an answer. I'd … more
The jury is still out for me and this product, not to determine whether or not it's any good - I think it is - but whether or not it's something I actually need. That said, I bit the bullet and purchased the subscription, but: 1. I am probably a savvier user of technology since it's my career to do so, so I am not prone to most of the common 'attacks' on security that many people are (opening attachments from strangers, accepting cookies and the like from questionable websites, … more
Of course you need to uninstall your current security system to install a new one, but OneCare is supposed to do that as part of the install process. It was happily installing on my PC, getting as far as partly uninstalling McAfee, when it locked. I rebooted and found that I could neither complete the install of OneCare nor the uninstall of McAfee. I had corrupted software and no virus protection. In the end, I did a system restore to the previous state and started from the beginning, but this time … more
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